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Biological, psychological, spiritual, environmental, and social factors influence our experience of pain.

Connecting healthcare professionals, scientists, researchers, policymakers, and people with lived experience through evidence-based education.  A multidisciplinary approach to education drives scientific advancement and will revolutionize access and care for those living with chronic pain.

Advancing Pain Education

The Canadian Pain Society is committed to providing Canadians with pain management strategies, the latest research, and support services. 


Delivering educational opportunities such as conferences, webinars, workshops, and more that are available to members and non-members alike. These educational opportunities provide individuals with access to evidence-based information on pain management and treatment options as well as resources for living with chronic pain.

Our Upcoming Events


National Pain Rounds

A discussion between scientists, health professionals, educators, and pain advocates on a myriad of topics related to chronic pain. Offering a platform for innovative minds to bring forward inspiring ideas and discover solutions to help you in your practice.

Join the conversation on the last Friday of every month from 1200h-1300h EST.


2024 Art Awards

Created to better understand pain through an artistic lens.  With a new theme each year, we showcase submitted artwork from a variety of mediums to promote scientific curiosity and build a gallery of artwork related to pain.


Review Previous Meeting Agendas

Interested in what the Canadian Pain Society has to offer?  Browse our brochures from events past and explore our distinguished speakers and the variety of topics we cover.

Upcoming Events

May 1 — 4, 2025 at Victoria College, Toronto

2025 Annual Scientific Meeting

A unique opportunity for researchers, healthcare professionals and trainees to collaborate and connect through the latest advancements in pain mechanisms, evaluation, and management.

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